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Logistics Management is also known as Supply Chain Management and Logistics management is the governance of supply chain functions. Supply Chain Management plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective, forward, and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer's requirements. Logistics management is part of all levels of planning and execution also includes customer service, sourcing and procurement, production planning and scheduling, packaging and assembly. Logistics Management is all about the organization of complete network for movement of raw material from the resource to the consumer in the form of final product

Logistics Management gives the knowledge of distribution network configuration, distribution strategy, information, inventory management and cash flow because many manufacturing industries want to have efficient supply chain system for the effective distribution of their product

Specialty areas of Logistics Management

1. Logistics planning and analysis.

2. Transportation management.

3. Warehouse operations management.

4. Inventory planning and control.

5. Purchasing and materials management.

6. International logistics management.

7. Production planning and operations.

8 .Supply chain management.

9 .Customer service management.

10.Information systems and control.

11.Logistics services marketing and sales.

12.Logistics engineering.



Logistics involves so many critical business activities that nearly every Global 500 company can be considered potential employer for logistics managers. The same can be said for smaller public and private companies around the world. From the largest automobile manufacturers to the smallest zipper producers, any company that purchases and/or sells products has a need for logistics professionals to manage the flow of product and information locally, nationally and internationally. Here is a sample of the types of businesses and organizations that you could work for as a logistics manager are Manufacturing firms, Merchandising firms, Consulting firms, Transportation firms, Education organizations.

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